Cousin was a versatile craftsman, and some stained glass by him still exists at S. Gervais and in the chapel at Vincennes.
Cahokia and Vincennes soon quietly succumbed to his influence.
I fought a duel yesterday, with pistols, in Vincennes Forest.
Louis had now established his summer residence at the castle of Vincennes.
We passed the guard at the gate, after a slight examination of the order, and galloped to Vincennes.
He died at Vincennes, and with great pomp his body was brought by Paris to London.
He went like a gentleman and gave himself up as a prisoner at Vincennes.
I followed a regiment of the chasseurs of Vincennes to their field of drill.
From Vincennes the first week brought us to Louisville; a distance of near one hundred and fifty miles.
Vincennes was the capital of Indiana territory from 1801 to 1816.